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Axis Bank | Product Manager | 3year(s)

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Company: Axis Bank
Date of offer: 042021
Years of Experience: 3
Title: Product Manager
Salary: 20
Hike: 10
Bonus: 2
Stock: 0
Total comp: 22
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The average salary for Product Manager (PM) with 3-5 Years is approximately 28.0 LPA(Lakh per Annum) with standard deviation of 17.1 LPA(Lakh per Annum).
There is no minimum salary for Product Manager (PM) in India, however, the lowest salary for Product Manager (PM) with 3-5 Years of Experience is approximately 4.3 LPA(Lakh per Annum). You can check out more salary ranges by clicking a node in the above Salary Insight Graphs.
The highest salary for Product Manager (PM) with 3-5 Years of Experience is 80.0 LPA (Lakh per Annum) from Top Product Based Company. You can check out more salary ranges by clicking a node in the above Salary Insight Graphs.
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In India, Product Manager (PM) can expect to earn an average take-home pay of INR 233330.3. However, this is dependent on experience and company. The monthly salary can range between INR 35833.3 and INR 666666.7.

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